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Jul 18, 2011 12:30am EDT
. rebekah brooks is also scheduled to appear, but due to arrest earlier today, her appearance is in question. like coverage of that hearing begins tuesday at 9:30 a.m. eastern on c-span3, c-span radio, and act c-span.org. our coverage continues with former british prime minister gordon browns' first major speech to the house of commons since resigning. he talks about his decision not to launch an inquiry into allegations of phone hacking by news international. it also include remarks by labor leader ed miliband. >> we now come to that debate in the name of the leader of the opposition. we call mr. ed miliband. the leader of the scottish national party, and the hon. member for brighton pavilion. i thank them all for joining it -- with the tabling motion before us today. i also thank the members from the conservative benches who set out their support for the motion. mr. speaker, is unusual for a motion in this house to succeed before the debate on it begins, but this is no ordinary motion, and this is no ordinary day. make no mistake, the decision made by news corp. was not the decision that w
CSPAN
Jul 24, 2011 9:30pm EDT
, joseph lau, most recently james forman, edward brooke, patricia brooks, just to name a few. >> the civil rights records come from less obvious collections. >> cancel adams, perhaps the most household name of -- adams, perhaps the household name of america, he wrote a letter that said, i have something that shows the camps in the 1940's. would you be interested? we said, thank you, pretty fast. his empathy for the people in the camps, his skill with portraiture, but also a very complicated subject matter. it a picture of people playing softball inside a relocation camp, it is a wake-up moment, but also a what is going on here? were people unhappy? how was like to continue if your property has been taken from you? how did you keep going and what was flying to happen after the camp? -- what was going to happen after the camp? >> not surprisingly, the library of congress keeps a history of some of the noted people elected to represent their country in both the house and senate. >> they have a special place in the library of congress. we have about 900 collections ranging from the first cut o
CSPAN
Jul 10, 2011 6:30pm EDT
on twitter -- guest: that's true, in the last week, you have seen david brooks and the economist magazine criticized the republican party for their total unwillingness to talk about tax increases. ronald reagan is their standard bearer and the one they want to follow, he managed the largest tax increase in american history and it helped. they will -- this will end up hurting the republicans. independent voters are seeing this and seeing a party that is the hold and the tea party element. they are not willing to take themselves seriously about issues and they are moving too far to the right for independent voters and it will burn them. host: also this comment on twitter -- what do you think about that? guest: a centrist chances in republican primary is difficult. i think that is the problem with met romney. met romney. h mitt romney. look at what happened in delaware in the senate primary where christy know donald beat her opponents. -- mcdonald -- kristine o'donnell. mitt romney will probably win new hampshire but he will probably lose a whole -- iowa. there are voters that come out and t
CSPAN
Jul 17, 2011 9:30pm EDT
. they will be asked about phone hacking by news of the world and other news corporation holdings. rebekah brooks is also scheduled to attend, but because of her arrest earlier today probability to attend is in question. -- her ability to attend is in question. presidential candidate mitt romney recently sat down for an interview in manchester, new hampshire. he talked with potential voters in the studio during a question and answer session. among the issues addressed for job creation and the economy, health care, the budget, debt ceiling negotiations, education, and the situation in afghanistan. a poll thursday shows from the leading the state republican primary among likely voters, with 29% of the vote. rep michele bachman is at 12%. new hampshire hosts the first presidential primary in 2012. this program runs about 25 minutes. >> the new hampshire institute of politics, with financial support from the aarp new hampshire, presents this special -- conversation with the candidates. tonight, governor mitt romney. >> good evening, and welcome to conversation with the candidate. our guest this eveni
CSPAN
Jul 25, 2011 12:30am EDT
, arthur stangard, joseph rowe, most recently james foreman, edward w. brooks, patricia roberts harris, just to name a few. >> but some of the civil rights records come from less obvious collections. >> ansel adams, perhaps the biggest household name of a photographer in the united states still. ansel adams wrote a letter to the library of congress, he said, i have these photographs that show the relocation camp back in the 1940's. would you be interested. we said thank you pretty fast. a photographer usually associated with majestic landscape views, his empathy for the people in the camp, his skill with portraiture, but it's also a very complicated subject matter. so a picture of people playing softball inside a war relocation camp, it is a wakeup moment, an aha moment, but also a what is going on here? were people unhappy or satisfied? how was life able to continue if you're locked up? how did you keep going? what was going to happen after the camp? >> not surprisingly, the library of congress keeps a history of some of the noted people who were elected to represent their countries i
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